Dividing Line ~ Twilight Zone

Kerryn Madsen-Pietsch

Innisfail, Australia

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I love the stark contrasts and simplicity in this ‘untouched’ photo with the accentuation being on the jagged edge line ( irregular projections and indentations) and contrasting beautiful, smooth, blending twilight sky colours.

Location – Dusk shot was taken from Belvedere, just west of Innisfail, looking across the vast inland, towards the Tablelands of Tropical Far North Queensland, Australia.

When: Four months after Cyclone Yasi, a Cat.5, had passed through.
Nothing is ever as it seems at first glance. Best viewed large.
***If you look closely along the dividing line you’ll see it has a ‘spiky’ texture and is not smooth. This is evidence of all the stripped trees caused by the extreme forces of the cat.5 cyclonic winds!

  • Handheld Pentax K10D smc Pentax DA18-55mm F3.5-5.6,
    1/6sec @F4.5 ISO 200 FL.38.0mm.
    Raw file processed thru CS2. ‘Untouched’ photo.

Landmark
Silhouetted against the evening skylight
on a glorious tropical winter’s June evening,
is the well known landmark of Broken Nose ( seen on the right),
which is located at the southern end of the Mt. Bartle Frere range,
Queensland’s highest mountain.
A solitary isolated rural home light shines out
in the dark (seen below the Broken Nose point).

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